Current Financial News

What Stocks to Buy in 2014?

Monopoly Man - Retire Early

A few stocks that could run in 2014.

What to buy after the major indexes have ripped 30%+?  Stick with the best via Apple (AAPL) and take a look at a few stocks under $10 like Nokia (NOK).

Three Big Stocks for 2014

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iCrap, robots and solar.  That is what will win in 2014.

The line-up consists of Apple (AAPL), iRobot (IRBT) and SunPower (SPWR).  These stocks should gain in 2014.

Mit Romney and Terminators

Coming next month to Netflix.

Netflix (NFLX) is the one stock we wish we all bought this year.  In 2013 the stock has rocketed an incredible 306%.  


Robot Stocks to Buy for 2014

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Resistance is futile.  Here come the robots.

Making the cut are iRobot (IRBT), Amazon (AMZN), Accuray Incorporated (ARAY) and others.

Trouble for AEO


Set back for American Eagle.

American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) had a rough earnings call last week.  Could it be time to re-enter now that it has backed down?

A Sure Shot for a New 52-week High

Apple Inc - All Kinds of Apples

China Mobile will take it to new heights.

Apple Inc (AAPL) hit a new 52-week high today, it was really thanks to the stock finally out of the $580 range.

Sirius is Going to Bounce



This weekend Sirius XM (SIRI) is the cover story on Barron's.  This stock is sure to bounce on Monday thanks to its $3 share price.

Activist Investors want more from Apple Inc.

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Rich Apple shareholders want a better return.

"Where's the Beef?" is essentially what Carl Icahn and David Einhorn are saying to Apple (AAPL).  Both have a big positon in the stock and they want their return on investment, pronto.

Time is running out for Movie4K

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Enjoy it while you can because won't be around for long.

Via -- won't be around for much longer if the Powers-that-be get their way.  

Aruba Networks and Volume Pockets

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Aruba Networks (ARUN) could be worth a look for traders based on a techincal viewpoint.